Redeem Wellness Blog
It’s every parent’s and child’s desire to have a functional family, but unfortunately, this doesn’t always happen. Sometimes it’s even difficult to tell if your family is functional or not. So, for you to know if you live in a functional family, you first have to understand an active family. This article will help you
Although older people make significant contributions to society as volunteers, active members of the workforce, leaders, and family members, most are more susceptible to emotional disorders. Unfortunately, these emotional difficulties go unnoticed, even by healthcare professionals. Also, the stigma surrounding these complications makes older people hesitant to seek help. Whether you are a professional caregiver
When a loved one dies suddenly, the people left behind often experience traumatic grief. Although this type of grief is generally new, studies have shown that it manifests symptoms that are almost similar to those of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). However, traumatic grief is focused explicitly on the person who has passed. Research has also
For so long, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has only been associated with service members and veterans because most of them exhibit severe psychological and mental health problems when they come back from war. According to a recent study done by BMC Psychiatry, combat experiences are the most noticeable risk factors for prolonged PTSD among veterans.
Dysfunctional families are known to be one of the leading causes of psychological problems in the world today. Children raised in such families believe that the strange behaviors, abuse, neglect, and conflict they experience are normal dynamics. Unfortunately, these habits may become permanently entrenched in these children, and the cycle of violence continues. Without the
On June 27, our team at Redeem Wellness Center of Fayetteville/Hope Mills, NC has committed to participating in the Step up for PTSD Awareness Virtual Walk. This is a great opportunity for Redeem Wellness to let all those we serve in our communities know that we stand with them and support them in their daily challenges